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About the project

Proposed in light of events pertaining to Black Lives Matter and the BIPOC community in Montreal and beyond, this pilot project assembles courses at all levels of the university curriculum that critically engage BIPOC content. BIPOC, in this project, encompasses Black, Indigenous and people of colour, respecting our distinct histories, experiences of systemic racism, and needs for transformational change. Our aim is to gather these resources for BIPOC community members and allies in order to make visible the BIPOC-related course offerings across the university.

The courses have been placed into two categories based on their level of engagement with BIPOC issues, perspectives, and content. BIPOC-focused courses are predominantly focused on content and/or methods related to one or more of the communities mentioned above. BIPOC-related courses are those that have multiple classes that address content and/or methods related to one or more of the communities mentioned above, but the main focus of the course is on a different topic.

All courses included on this list were submitted by their respective instructors in response to a University-wide invitation in June 2021.

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